I hate cooking after working all day, but my guy loves it (he fancies himself the next Jamie Oliver). Is it okay to let him do the honors every night?
Heck, yeah! If your Top Chef-hopeful wants to bust out the cast-iron skillet every night to cook dinner for the woman he loves, who are you to stop him? Just make sure you don't morph into a circa-1950s husband and stretch out on the sofa while he clears the table (not that you would ever do that). To have that tuna steak without the guilt, adopt the rule that Tory Gebbie of New York swears by. "Since he always cooks, I always clean up." Another way to show you're oh-so-grateful: Pick up two gooey cupcakes or a six-pack of good beer on your way home.
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